Holly Willoughby was left wiping tears away during one of today's (3 November) This Morning segments.
Chatting to composer and dementia patient Paul Harvey (plus his son Nick) over video, Holly and co-presenter Phillip Schofield highlighted the former's newfound online popularity, after Nick posted one of his dad's piano improvisations on Twitter that went viral.
Music lovers were blown away by Paul's two-minute performance using just F natural, A, D and B natural notes.
'It's just so emotional. I think that's the power of music'
Tissues to hand as we meet composer Paul Harvey, whose beautiful four-note melodies are sure to bring a tear to everyone's eye.
Have a listen and let us know if you feel the same as Holly... 😍 https://t.co/cntJ6jpqcD
— This Morning (@thismorning) November 3, 2020
At the start of the interview, Paul played those same four notes on his piano at home for Holly and Phil, and shortly after the 39-year-old was reaching for the tissues.
Over on social media, This Morning fans shared their own emotional reactions to the composer's story, with many more tears to add to Holly's.
"Don't worry @hollywills we're all crying too," one viewer said, whilst another added "Omg!! Paul's four notes had me in tears! Just added it to my playlist!". A third summed it up well, saying: "So beautiful, this man's music is gorgeous."
— Mary (@MaryUK) November 3, 2020
— Christopher 🇬🇧🇩🇪 (@Christopher_T41) November 3, 2020
— Amy Martin (@AmyMart10177654) November 3, 2020
I can hear Holly crying through her mic, She's so precious😭❤️#Thismorning
Music hits me hard too, moves me like nothing else.very powerful indeed.
— Carthvader (@carthvader) November 3, 2020
— Sarah Stiffin (@SarahStiffin) November 3, 2020
— Penny Hollywood (@pholly22) November 3, 2020
This of course isn't the first time Holly has welled up on camera, as just last year Phil arranged for a box of puppies to be wheeled into the studio as a birthday surprise for her.
"I can't believe you made me cry over a puppy!" she said. "It's the best thing ever. That's the best start to the show we've ever had."
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV.
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